Second Night: Jazz at Lincoln Center

This time around was quite different! The Rose Theatre couldn’t be more different from Dizzy’s.  A whole other experience. It was great.

The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra led by Wynton Marsalis put on such a beautiful show. And all along, projected onto jumbo screens above the orchestra, was a slideshow of some of the most important art of the 20th century. It was magical.

Among the many talented musicians were Ted Nash(alto sax), Ryan Kisor(trumpet), Chris Crenshaw(trombone), Victor Goines(tenor sax), Carlos Henriquez(bass), Nathalie Bonin(violin), and Papo Vazquez(trombone).

Here are some drawings of the night.


Comments (8)

  1. Danielle

    wow I can hear the music! Nice!

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  3. Greg Betza

    I love your take on this. The energy and the mix of graphics is great.

  4. Despina

    Having technical difficulties!! Not all the very kind comments are being approved.
    Thanks to you all. You know who you are!
    Yes, it was a great night. I am so happy to have finally visited the Jazz Center! Loved it.

  5. audrey

    I love these! It’s even better to see yours together with Greg’s!

  6. michele

    it’s a portfolio – amazing work

  7. Mayya

    Wonderful work! Do you sell it?
    I would love to get a print or the original (depending on a price) of one of you jazz pieces…

    Thank you!

  8. Despina

    Thank you Mayya for the kind words and for your interest in my work. I will be emailing you shortly to discuss.

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